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LF: 137.5kHz WSPR

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Subject: LF: 137.5kHz WSPR
From: Roger Lapthorn <[email protected]>
Date: Wed, 16 Nov 2011 17:02:17 +0000
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Having fixed the RX de-sense problem with my transverter I'm back testing again this evening TX/RX WSPR. I am >10dB more sensitive than I was before and M0PPP was quite a decent signal just now.

Are there any other UK/EU stations able to come onto WSPR this evening? I have a better chance of copying you now and you may like the challenge of trying to copy my 500uW ERP signal.

Roger G3XBM

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